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visit to iraq. he said afghanistan and iraq are places that deserve his attention. the white house thinks some u.s. military presence beyond the end of the years when almost all troops are scheduled to leave. >> philip try again. congressional leaders have back to the white house -- they will try again today. kate amara is live with more. >> good morning. deal or no deal? the answer right now is no deal at right now. there will keep debating the debt limit at toxic the white house this afternoon. >> this is the same shot you ready yesterday. will likelyhoto op look the same. the august 2 default deadline is looming. >> now is the time to deal with these issues. if not now, when? >> no agreement has been reached. no progress has been made. still far apart on a deal to reduce the deficit and raise the debt ceiling. >> i want to do what i think is in the best interest of the country. it takes two to tango. >> republicans are pushing for more spending cuts. >> i don't care if recall what expenditures and our tax code or revenues. these are taxes on our job creators. >> taxes must be pa
would go dark. paychecks for troops in afghanistan and iraq would stop. >> republicans plan to move forward with a plan to cut, cap, and balanced budgets. >> this legislation is the kind of thing washington needs right now. it may be the only option if you want to see the debt ceiling raised at all. >> the bill is unlikely to pass the senate. the president will probably feel it anyway. john boehner called the veto threat unfortunate. he said if we're going to raise the debt ceiling, the white house must be willing to demonstrate more courage then we have seen. both sides are posturing. there is optimism. president obama continued negotiating with republican leaders. >> any progress? >> this comes as senate leaders are crafting a fallback measure to increase the nation's credit limit. a plan both houses of congress are said to consider promising. harry reid said the senate will meet every day including weekends until the debt issue is resolved. kate amara, reporting. >> who is watching your tax money? many americans think we spend 10% for pensions and benefits but it is much less. yo
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